tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC June 5, 2015 11:35pm-12:38am EDT
♪ >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight, adam levine. from "mad max: fury road," nicholas hoult. and music from maroon 5 with cleto and the cletones. and now, settle down, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for watching. thanks to all of you for coming.
i'm glad you are here. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very nice. i had -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: please, turn the applause sign off. thank you. i had an interesting night last night. i went to don rickles birthday party last night. his 89th birthday. his actual birthday is on friday but they had the party at a restaurant last night. when you are 89, you don't wait until friday. you get it done on tuesday. it is also cheaper to rent out a restaurant on tuesday. it was quite an event. all of don's friends were there, bob newhart, norm crosby, tommy lasorda. the youngest man there was larry king. they kept rubbing him on the head. don roasted everybody. he sat at his table and roasted about 100 people, pretty much all of his family and friends. he sat there and mowed through everyone.
it was hilarious. it was unbelievable. it was a fun night. i got don a fun gift -- i should say my wife and i got him a fun gift. we got him a snow board. going to get him a helmet when he turns 90. happy birthday, don. remember deflate gate? the thing that happened in the '90s? how long ago did that happen? after the patriots beat the colts 110 of the 12 balls were found deflated. after a lengthy investigation, the nfl today released the report. it's 243 pages long. might be the longest document ever dedicated to balls. they found -- they found patriots' employees are likely to have deflated the balls intentionally and that quarterback tom brady was at least generally aware that this activity was going on.
in other words the nfl found the patriots probably did it on purpose. it took them three months to find out they probably did it on purpose. i could have told you that probably did it on purpose the day after it happened. now we have to get tom brady to promise to never do it again i guess. the report includes text messages between a locker room attendant and equipment room assistant where the assistant refers to himself as the deflator. so the commissioner of the nfl, roger goodell said the league will consider disciplinary action. i think what he should do, because a fine doesn't matter, he should force the patriots to play next season with a completely deflated ball in it. if i was tom brady and told the locker room attendant to do this, you know what i would say when the league found out that 11 of the 12 were deflated, why didn't you deflate the 12th ball? i said deflate the balls, not
most of them. i hope this is a good lesson for kids. if you cheat and don't play fair you will be he the mvp of the super bowl and marry one of the most beautiful women on earth. remember that. [ applause ] by the way, is anyone else noticed that tom brady and gisele bundchen look like jamie and sergei from "game of thrones"? the new england patriots today get the finger of shame pointed right at them. [ cheers and applause ] we introduced last week a new initiative on this program called the finger of shame. this is my mission. it is designed to highlight obnoxious behavior and make people aware of how horrible they are all the time. our viewers have been posting photos to twitter and instagram. i will show you some of them. this first photo did not come from twitter or instagram. our producer travis took this photo of a guy doing a handstand at the airport. there's no yoga at the airport,
folks. please return to your upright position. he did the right thing. he pointed the finger of shame, just as these people did. this was posted to twitter by dark field. baby diaper just chillin' on a bench and a trash can six feet away. either a parent with no manners or a naked baby on the loose. either way, finger of shame. the next one is from kyle. eating the frosting but leaving the cupcake at work. i've tried this diet. it doesn't work. finger of shame. next one from monica sanchez, crocs with socks. and camouflage cargo pants. crocs with socks is this worst selling book in the dr. seuss series. next from jennifer rivera, my
mom still has our pumpkin from halloween out. check to see if your mother is still alive because that's -- if not, finger of shame to her. next, geedesigns. he's saving this for later. don't want to fill up on a whole tangerine all at once. next from tech 151. whoever left this hat in the toilet. you know when people say i will eat my hat, this is what happens. do not leave hats in toilets. we have a couple more. these have a theme to them. number one, see that there? hipsters have no shame. and james gold crown says -- he just kept on going. finger of shame. i don't know. maybe he was on the way to a belt store. thanks to everyone for participating. remember if you see bad behavior in public, don't do anything illegal or dangerous. just point a finger, take a photo and post it to twitter or
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he's crying because he knows he has to go back to arlington, iowa. that is, unless we can find it in our hearts to pitch in and help. chris soules, we sent him home on "the bachelorette" and "dancing with the stars." >> this has been an incredible experience. >> but chris soules doesn't want to go home because this is where chris soules lives. for just $3 a day, you can help keep chris soules in california with paved roads, wi-fi and jamba juice stores. for the price of a cup of coffee, you can help him live in a town with coffee. please, help chris soules find a home, one he doesn't have to share with animals. save chris soules today. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: i have to say, no one should have to live in a town without a jamba juice. really shouldn't. nobody ever should. last night on our show, i don't know if you saw, we showed what i believe to be one of the strangest things that has ever happened on a game show. if you haven't seen it yet, you probably have because it became a viral video. this really happened on yesterday's episode of "the price is right." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> welcome to the show. nice to see you. what's going on? >> i am so excited. >> i thought you would never get up here. i'm so excited for you. >> tell us what she got. >> a couple of prizes, danielle. we have a treadmill and a new sauna. >> so -- >> when we come back, we have the woman in that video, the
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on "the price is right" have you ever been in the audience before? >> first time. never been on before. >> you won right out of the gate, didn't you? >> i did. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> jimmy: why were you there in the first place? >> i was with my friend wendy. she's a comedian. i'm a comedian. >> jimmy: oh, you are a comedian. they are lucky, i guess. you tweeted something. put the tweet up after you won the treadmill. you tweeted, when you win a treadmill on tv but you have no feet. to drew carey who wanted to be here but he is out of town right now. did you realize when the curtain opened and the treadmill. did you realize it? >> i was so focused on cash and prizes. you know, you are in the studio with no windows and just drew carey is the god of what is happening on "the price is right" and you want to win. you want to win so bad. >> jimmy: i think of bob barker as the god and drew is the jesus figure to me.
i imagine when you won the producers backstage trying to drag the treadmill out and replace it with something else. i guess it is random, huh? >> it is completely random. my best friend tweeted, i guess we know it's not rigged. >> jimmy: well, yeah. by the way, a treadmill is kind of a terrible prize no matter the situation. >> for anyone, yeah. people ask me what i'm going to do with it. i said i will do what everyone else does, use it as a piece of furniture. >> jimmy: not a bad idea. do you have it yet? >> no. i have 90 days from the air date to get it. >> jimmy: i see. once it airs then they will send it to you. what about a sauna, what do you do with a sauna? >> i have no idea. >> jimmy: do you have to have it installed? >> it is almost a large closet that you go in to. it has heat lamps. it is like how iguanas and geckos if you own and keep them you have to have heat lamps to maintain the temperature. i guess it's that.
>> jimmy: maybe you should get. >> for people. >> jimmy: maybe you should get a family of iguanas and geckos to live with you. >> have a chameleon commune. >> jimmy: these are terrible prizes. then you have to pay taxes on this stuff that you didn't want in the first place also, right? >> you can refuse the prizes. >> jimmy: oh, you can but then you get nothing. >> yeah. >> jimmy: which is why bother being on the show, i guess. have you ever thought of selling this stuff maybe? >> i wanted to sell the treadmill but after all of this i have to keep it. >> jimmy: you do. >> i'm going to cast it in bronze and have it as a trophy to my network television debut. >> jimmy: i wonder how long you will keep it in your house thinking this is funny to have it here before you go okay, it is time to sell this at a yard sale. time to post this on craigslist. >> post it on craigslist, "it appeared on "the price is right." >> probably the world's most famous treadmill right now.
if you think about it. >> a treadmill should start a twitter account. >> jimmy: have you heard from people you weren't expecting like people from your past who saw you on this? >> no one too crazy from my past. one of my good friends is in macedonia for the peace corps right now, and she was one of the first phone calls i got. like, girl, what's going on? the internet is exploding. >> jimmy: you got a call from macedonia? >> i did. >> jimmy: it is all very strange, i have to say. i'm glad they aired it because i know some people were upset about it. >> that's so crazy. >> jimmy: looking for reasons to be mad about things they have no right to be mad about all the time. i think that's why the internet was invented. i want to ask you one more question. this is hard because it is generic. can you tell me within a dollar the price of this creamy peanut butter? >> okay. i hate peanut butter. so i never purchase that.
>> jimmy: you hate peanut butter? >> i don't care for it. i'm an italian girl. -- i'm a nutella girl. >> jimmy: you are an american? >> i'm going to go with $3.29. >> jimmy: $3.29 and the answer is -- close enough. we have a gift for you. dicky, tell her what she won. >> dicky: danielle, you and a guest are going on a royal caribbean international cruise on the "anthem of the seas." you'll sail the caribbean with wheelchair accessible accessible dining, wheelchair accessible pools and state rooms all for you and all expenses paid. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you so much. thank you for being such a good sport. try this peanut butter. i think you are going to like it. that's danielle on "the price is right." tonight on the show we have music from maroon 5. nicholas hoult is here too. we'll be right back with adam levine.
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>> jimmy: tonight from "mad max: fury road" - nicholas hoult is here. that movie is great. then later, a band from right here in los angeles, music from maroon 5 on the at&t outdoor stage. tomorrow night, jason schwartzman will be with us. hailee steinfeld will be here, and we'll have music from brandon flowers - who, if you don't know, is the lead singer from "the killers." guillermo, last night when i left you you were on your way to enjoying cinco de mayo. how did that wind up going? >> guillermo: great, jimmy. >> jimmy: what did you do? >> guillermo: couple of drinks, dinner and that's it.
>> jimmy: couple of drinks, dinner. where did you go to dinner? >> jimmy: >> guillermo: mexican restaurant. >> jimmy: how unusual for you. is it the same one you go to all the time, casa valley. >> guillermo: you can mention it i can't. >> jimmy: well you didn't. >> guillermo: yeah, casa vega. >> jimmy: because people look at you and touch you and pinch you on the cheeks. >> guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: do you go home drunk? >> guillermo: no. >> jimmy: at least that's what you told your wife, right? >> guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: happy holidays again. it is a holy season right now. really is. our first guest is a three-time grammy winner and one time sexiest man alive. you know from his spinning chair on "the voice" and he has a new album with his band maroon 5 called "five." please say hello to adam levine. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: you know, it's interesting, the magazines i look at you up close and you are really one of the sexiest men alive. >> stop. >> jimmy: would you by any chance be interested in a slightly -- really never used treadmill but -- >> yeah, totally. >> jimmy: is that something you may want? >> 100%. >> jimmy: i know you probably workout. >> i love treadmills. >> jimmy: you are on a break now. you have a big maroon 5 tour. your breaks, you work during your break because of "the voice." >> it is mostly a break but more awesome stuff happening in l.a., which is "the voice." basically whenever we are not touring i'm doing "the voice." >> jimmy: do you talk, what goes on with the other guys in the band? >> do i talk in general. >> jimmy: do you save your voice. >> we don't speak to each other ever. no, we do. we talk a lot. in fact that's all we ever do.
when you think of it, you are only performing two hours a night and the rest you spend with my best friends who are back there right now who i love more than anything but we talk a lot and debate, i guess that's putting it kindly but we fight, argue about things. >> jimmy: what do you fight about? >> so many meaningless bits of information that aren't even real. like this one thing that's amazing. this is one of our huge arguments. i think we were 19. we have been doing it that long. it's crazy. yeah, woo. we were at a cafe or some restaurant. this is so stupid. i can't believe i'm telling the story to everybody. we had seen this cafe window made of double-paned glass. the first thing you think is can a velociraptor break and penetrate this glass? i'm talking about years. this will probably continue to argue about it because i mention it on the show. >> jimmy: double-paned glass.
>> if a velociraptor had existed when double-pane glass was invented, could it break through? >> jimmy: no. >> we don't know how strong it was. see what is happening right now. >> jimmy: aren't they guillermo size? >> they are a couple of guillermos, i think. but they are super strong. they have the claws. didn't you see "jurrasic park." >> jimmy: i did. they were fake and not real and they had these -- >> they are strong. >> jimmy: i would think they have to stand back and kick the glass which they wouldn't do. >> with their ultra powerful legs. the strength of which we don't know. there are so many variables that make this worth discussing. not really. >> jimmy: i feel like i'd fit in with the band. >> it is hours. >> jimmy: weird things happen to you, weird things happen to people when they are i irresistible. i have a video here. explain what is going on here.
now we see a woman -- this is not set up. i can tell by your reaction. hi, how are you, where's security? take her. good-bye. now when that -- >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: when something like that happens, it's scary, right? >> absolutely. the thing is -- was she a 90-pound harmless girl, definitely? >> did it feel because it was so jarring and in the moment and my eyes were closed and i was attacked by somebody did it feel like a sumo wrestler, yeah. no matter how confident you are of being able to beat up somebody that might be threatening your life -- if you close your eyes and someone ran in to you it would be terrifying. >> it could be a velociraptor on the stage. >> that's what i thought it might have been. >> jimmy: not only are you in danger but on occasion can be dangerous as well as we will illustrate in this particular
video. >> this is terrible. i don't want to see this. >> jimmy: you had a problem with your microphone. >> oh, no. >> hear a woman scream. watching it in slow motion. it went right in to a person. >> right in to her head. >> jimmy: right in to her head. >> can we stop with this now? >> jimmy: she's okay, right? >> i hadn't watched that until right now. >> jimmy: i'm glad we could share it together. >> thank you. >> jimmy: what goes through your head when something like that happens? >> it is so interesting, right? this is for real. we had never experienced in our million years being a band a power outage. there was a power surge and all the city lost power for a few minutes but our generators and things had gone down. the p.a was off and people got angry. strange reaction to get angry. people got mad and i got flustered and i had never been
in this position. so i threw my microphone on the ground in front of me. going, oh, this thing and threw it. it took this incredible. >> jimmy: it really did bounce a lot. >> if you were to review the tape it shoots out in a forward very quick motion that nails this girl. i saw it as if it were in slow motion. right when i dropped it i saw it go and this is going to kill somebody and -- i thought immediately -- i thought a lot of things. first thing i thought, oh, my god, this poor girl, is she going to be okay because she's been struck in the face with a microphone and could there be a lawsuit situation. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> that is way less important. >> jimmy: didn't occur until much later in the night. >> that is not where my heart was. >> jimmy: you start to think oh, boy i could have been sued. >> people said that to me but i don't know what they were talking about.
>> jimmy: do you take -- >> so my instinct was to give her -- get her on the stage and give her a hug. so she is trying to get on stage and then almost falls in to the gutter and dies. that would have been a horrible way for her to die and she comes up there and i'm holding on to her for dear life, are you okay, slash i hope you are not upset about this, slash be okay, please. kind of rocking back and forth. she was my security blanket until the power came on. the power came on, she went home and i was terrified what could have ensued as a result. >> jimmy: she could have demanded you make love to her as compensation, you know? [ cheers and applause ] adam levine is with us. this is their album. it is called "five." be right back with adam. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] dicky: the jimmy kimmel live
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>> jimmy: the funny thing about the album, maroon 5, i counted them on the back, there are six guys in the band. >> yeah, what is a number? really, just keep collecting dudes. >> jimmy: you can never have too many dudes. >> exactly. >> jimmy: by the way, you are married now, right? >> yes. >> jimmy: where's your wife from? what country? >> it's really hard country to pronounce, namibia. >> jimmy: not that hard. >> everyone says it wrong. everyone goes namibia which makes no sense. >> jimmy: have you visited namibia yet? >> you said it. >> jimmy: they should change that. they should come up with a showbiz stage. name. >> working on that. we haven't been yet but we can't wait to get. there an incredible place.
africa is the best place in the world. so beautiful. >> jimmy: you have been to other parts of africa but not the country that we can't pronounce. >> the country formerly known as namibia. >> jimmy: she really grew up there, serious no kidding around, animals and stuff like that. >> what's amazing, in america, we have like cats and dogs. >> jimmy: yes, i've seen them. >> they are crate. -- great. >> jimmy: i have several. feed them. >> love you unconditionally. she had different experiences. amazing story she told me when we first met about a friend of hers -- there is a lot of farmland and they have animals really amazing animals that are unlike animals around here, like giraffes. which is the story consists of. an incredible story. she's probably a kid, like 10 years old. the father of the kid she is over their house and the father said can you go out and get the mother and daughter giraffe,
herd them back to the main yard or something, i don't know what it is like over there. main yard. >> jimmy: you herd giraffes? >> she and her friend got on horseback to go take care of the giraffes. you have to be gentle because they get afraid if they feel cornered. of course they immediately cornered the giraffe. there's this giant fence and the giraffe got freaked out and threw itself over the fence and disappeared in to the wild. it's just like who does that when they are a kid like herds giraffes? it is crazy to me. they came back and told the dad and the dad was all mad. we have to go find the giraffe. giraffe, by the way, i want to reiterate it is so bizarre and amazing. we should get one for america. >> jimmy: they have them at the zoo. we can take them from there. >> we should have one. what if we came to jimmy's house, i have a giraffe. >> jimmy: i think you should have the giraffe at your house. i think it would be better. mike tyson had a tiger and you could be the guy with a giraffe.
>> giraffes are bigger and less terrifying than tiger. >> jimmy: in a way they are more terrifying because you can't contain them. >> clearly. as my wife had -- >> jimmy: they will kick and spit at you also. >> but a tiger will eat you. >> jimmy: you are right. you are right. so what we learned tonight? i want to recap quickly. >> nothing at all. >> jimmy: tiger can eat you. a giraffe can spit on you and a velociraptor can break through double-paned glass. >> i'm not sure about that. >> you know what i want to start a fight before you play tonight. the album is called "five." maroon 5. it is out now. adam levine. we will be right back with nicholas hoult. ♪
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>> jimmy: still to come music from maroon 5. we were introduced to our next guest as boy alongside hugh grant in "about a boy". but he's a man now starring as a post-apocalyptic gang member named nux in the new movie "mad max: fury road." [ yelling ] >> he looked at me! he looked right at me. >> he turned his head and looked at me straight in the eye. he was scanning the horizon. >> no. [ screaming ] >> jimmy: "mad max: fury road" opens one week from friday. please welcome, nicholas hoult. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> thank you. >> jimmy: you look so much more normal now. >> i try. >> jimmy: how long ago did you shoot this movie? >> nearly three years ago. >> jimmy: that's what i heard -- by the way, this movie is fantastic. have you seen the whole thing yet? >> yeah. i saw it the other day. >> jimmy: it is great. it is great. i think it should win an academy award. i'm not kidding. i don't know why it would be -- i'm angry it wasn't nominated. >> in terms of original big blockbusters. >> jimmy: it looks great. sometimes the big action movies get boring, the fighting, fighting. the characters are weird and scary. it's really good. >> very weird. it's a weird world and george miller, who made the original "mad maxes" has had it in his
brain since '99. >> jimmy: when you go for an audition like in a movie like this because your character is crazy and dumb and zealot in a way. >> he's positive, yeah. >> jimmy: do you behave like that in the audition. >> not from the get go, no. we shot this -- actually you talk about namibia. we shot it in -- >> jimmy: you did? were there any giraffes running from a farm there oh, wow, how about that? >> it is a beautiful country. strange but it looks amazing. >> jimmy: adam got a supermodel out of it, by the way. >> that worked out well for him. >> jimmy: sure did. i'm sorry. i interrupted. so you shot -- you were talking about auditioning for the movie. >> the audition was a weird process. i have never had this before. with we did -- the first audition we had to tell a funny or sad story and do a scene from another movie basically. i lied and told a made up story about an irish wedding where a friend told me about an irish
wedding where a bride got grease on her skirt and they got petrol out of a tank to get the grease off the skirt and poured it down the toilet. she was fine. she went down the aisle. the grand dad liked to smoke a pipe. he sat down on the toilet and lit his pipe and threw the match in the toilet and exploded with the petrol that had been poured down there and he had to be carried off on a stretcher them huge disaster story. the whole time the casting director was look ing around the camera going no way. no way. i told it as if i was there. i lied. >> jimmy: so that's acting, i guess. >> i got the job. [ applause ] >> jimmy: is that a true story? >> it is apparently a true story. >> jimmy: great story. did you have fun in namibia? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what did you do there besides working. >> sky dive, sat around and
drank a lot of alcohol. yeah, you kind of mix it up. a lot of the time you are working. it was the strangest work environment ever because there are hundreds of incredible individual vehicles and they rev up engines and you drive off in to the desert for 20 minutes at a time doing a take. >> jimmy: are you really driving the vehicles. >> most of the time there are pod drivers driving for us. i have to scream and shout. >> jimmy: you have your license and all of that stuff? >> i do. >> jimmy: that's good. i heard you were the pacquiao/mayweather fight. >> i didn't spot you. >> jimmy: i was dressed as an idiot. >> i was caught up in the moment. how does it feel? >> jimmy: a lot of fun. i prefer the outcome was different. but it was a lot of fun. i grew up in las vegas. i had never been to a big fight like that. i watched them certainly on television, but -- how about you? had you been to anything like that before? >> no to that scale.
>> jimmy: have you ever been to las vegas before. >> i have been to vegas before. but to get a ticket i was blown away. the main thing for me that made it hilarious was the guy behind me who he had a real distaste for mayweather and he was shouting abuse throughout. booing, saying may weather is a little [ bleep ] and the highlight was the sixth or seventh round, pretty quiet in the arena. and everyone is focusing waiting to see what will happen. and she shouts i will knock out mayweather with my [ bleep ]. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: god bless him. >> i'm like what are you swinging it, busting it? >> jimmy: maybe if he smelled it. [ laughter ] >> nice. >> jimmy: the funny thing with the bleep no one will have any idea what we are talking about right now. well, i will tell you what, this is a really good movie.
educational part rolled into the fun. it's already here. this is probably the most fun i've had all summer. >> jimmy: i want to thank adam levine, nicholas hoult and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time for him tonight. "nightline" is next, but first- this is their album "five" - here with the song "sugar" - maroon 5. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i'm hurting baby i'm broken ♪
>> how are you guys doing? are you all right? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i'm hurting baby i'm broken down i need your loving loving i need it now ♪ ♪ when i'm without you i'm something weak you got me begging begging i'm on my knees ♪ ♪ i don't wanna be needing your love i just wanna be deep in your love ♪ ♪ and it's killing me when you're away ooh baby ♪ ♪ cause i really don't care where you are i just wanna be there where you are and i ♪ ♪ gotta get one little taste your sugar yes please ♪ ♪ won't you come and put it down on me i'm right here cause i need ♪ ♪ little love a little sympathy yeah you show me good loving make it alright ♪ ♪ need a little sweetness in my
life your sugar yes - please ♪ ♪ won't you come and put it down on me ♪ ♪ my broken pieces you pick them up don't leave me hanging hanging come give me some ♪ ♪ when i'm without ya i'm so insecure you are the one thing one thing i'm living for ♪ ♪ i don't wanna be needing your love just wanna be deep in your love and it's killing me when you're away ♪ ♪ ooh baby cause i really don't care where you are i just wanna be there where you are ♪ ♪ and i gotta get one little taste your sugar yes please won't you come and put it down on me ♪ ♪ i'm right here cause i need little love a little sympathy ♪ ♪ yeah you show me good loving make it alright need a little sweetness in my life ♪ ♪ your sugar yes please won't
you come and put it down on me ♪ ♪ i want that red velvet i want that sugar sweet don't let nobody touch it unless that somebody's me ♪ ♪ i gotta be your man there ain't no other way cause girl you're hotter than a southern california day ♪ ♪ don't wanna play no games you don't gotta be afraid don't give me all that shy no make-up on that's my sugar ♪ ♪ yes please won't you come and put it down on me ♪ ♪ i'm right here cause i need little love a little sympathy ♪ ♪ yeah you show me good lovin make it alright need a little sweetness in my life ♪
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